On its Twitter page, the London Ambulance Service's joint response unit said: "Obviously we are chuffed with the result this afternoon but there is absolutely no excuse to vandalise emergency service vehicles by jumping on them".
"All I know is that the [England] managers who got to semi-finals before I hugely respect and it's an incredible feeling to be involved in this".
One fan, Bob Green, 53, from Stamford, in Lincolnshire, said he believed more England fans were making the journey.
Of those who did show up at his restaurant on Saturday, there was one table of Sweden fans who came in, only to witness the loss to England. "They are really important messages for us".
Some people didn't see any harm in it, however, explaining that they weren't actually vandalising anything, just having a bit of a jolly with some soft furnishings.
"I wanted to try and gather all the players out on the pitch".
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Three arrests were made by Suffolk police following Tuesday night's England World Cup match against Colombia.
Harry Maguire opened up the scoring in the first half as England continued to excel on set pieces and free kicks.
OddsMonkey spokesman Peter Watton said: "The nation is again getting behind England and this song is again the anthem football fans have adopted, so it would not be a huge shock to see it at number one".
"We don't fear Croatia or Russian Federation and the final is a one-off game, so it's a lottery".
"We just need to do what is right, rather than trying to play good football. Controlled the game. Fantastic", Tim Banks said.
"Obviously not all of them think the same, but I'm sure there wasn't this support in the last few tournaments.
But we said that we're an improving side who want to make our own history", Southgate said on Friday.